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No. 6 Hawaii wins 15th straight in volleyball

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    Hawaii middle blocker Emily Maglio (19) puts a kill past CSU Fullerton outside hitter Katelyn Nielsen (18) in the first set of a women's college volleyball game between the CSU Fullerton Titans and the Hawaii Rainbow Wahine on Sunday at the Stan Sheriff Center.

No. 6 Hawaii got a balanced attack Sunday night at the Stan Sheriff Center in sweeping Cal State Fullerton 25-17, 25-18, 25-21 to win its 15th straight volleyball match.

Nikki Taylor, Kalei Greeley and Emily Maglio each had nine kills and Greeley tied her career high with 11 digs. Senior hitter Tai Manu-Olevao added eight kills, hitting .467, with three aces, and senior middle Olivia Magill had seven kills, hitting .429.

Hawaii improved to 20-1, 10-0 in Big West after 81 minutes. It was the final regular-season home match for the Rainbow Wahine and may be the last of the season should Hawaii not be awarded hosting duties for the first and second rounds of the NCAA tournament

Kyra Hill put down 12 kills to lead the Titans (0-21, 0-10).

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